Hi folks. New to the forum, but long time collector. To me, this early ‘55/‘56 era Elvis was a slam dunk. It’s even PSA encapsulated. For the heck of it, I submitted to BAS/Beckett quick opinion and they failed it. So who got it wrong, PSA or BAS? I think BAS screwed up on this one, would love some opinions.
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The photo is too blurry for me to say more than the shape looks like a genuine Elvis but I need a sharp photo to give you my opinion on authenticity. A copy could have a genuine-looking shape, too.
In my opinion it is real too. Typical signature for 1955/1956.
Ballroom, Joe, thanks. I feel strongly that it's real. The small letters are signed more flowingly than most Elvis autographs, especially the "vi", which may have concerned the authenticator at BAS. Compare it to Ballroom's and you'll see what I mean.